Project Life | Week Four

My camera is big, noticeable, and I attract attention when I’m photographing in public (like at Red Robin during the dinner rush). I love that people look to see what I’m taking a picture of, and even more, I love when it sparks conversation.

What I’ve discovered is that the daily experience of photographing is more valuable than the image itself, because it’s adding adventure, creativity, and exploration to my life.


Published by Brooke Oliphant

I'm an aspiring author exploring the art of writing as an avenue to dive deep into my human experience; to learn, grow, spread light, and inspire others. Together we can live authentically, push ourselves to new heights, face our demons and put them to rest, and live and love without holding back!

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